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Looking Backward 1.7.2016

25 Years Ago January 3, 1991   After a couple of pleasant, sunny days early last week, another round of snow moved into the area early Thursday morning, leaving an accumulation of about three inches on top of the still-present ...

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What About This…? 1.7.2016

By Wayne William Cipriano I was listening to the radio on my way into town the other day. I heard a commercial that really made me laugh. It was difficult to understand exactly who paid for the commercial but it ...

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Looking Backward 12.31.2015

Looking Backward

25 Years Ago December 27, 1990   The Ozarks turned into a winter wonderland last weekend after freezing precipitation, mostly in the form of sleet, fell across the area. The U.S. Forest Service recorded a low temperature Saturday morning of ...

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Letter to the Editor 12.31.2015

Dear Editor: Did everyone read Sue Curry’s article from last week’s front page? This was an in-depth, excellent article on our school bus problem! Actually, the problem is not just our school buses or drivers. Our property taxes are due ...

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Notes From Hunter Creek 12.24.2015

An Outdoors Christmas During Christmas school break there is usually a two-week vacation from school. This provided our family with an excellent time to load-up the van or suburban and visit family and camp and hike. Although raised in the ...

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Looking Backward 12.24.2015

Looking Backward

25 Years Ago December 20, 1990   Some two dozen FBI agents called off their search last Friday for the body of a Kansas City woman believed to be buried on an Ozark County farm near Thorn­field.   Acting on information ...

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Prosecuting Attorney Cites Law Day Case

During December Circuit Court Law Day, the following defendant was sentenced to the Mis­souri Department of Corrections: Cassondra S. Lamb, 39, of Ava, received a seven-year sentence for Possession of Methamphetamine. Lamb will be eligible for parole after one year ...

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